Hollywood is home to some of the most famous attractions and tours. Your Hollywood experience wouldn't be complete without seeing all of them!
3202 Canyon Lake Dr, Los Angeles
The Famous Hollywood Sign is getting a major make-over. It is an extensive refurbishing effort By Sherwin Williams of its kind in over 35 years and the Hollywood Sign will be repainted in its signature white.
Although the Sign's appearance and purpose have evolved over the years, its basic aspirational message remains the same: This is a place where magic is possible, where dreams can come true!
5200 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, California 90027 | (323) 662–5874
Miniature train ride
Tickets are $2.50 per ride/Open M-F 10:30am - 3:30pm weekends until 4:30pm
6801 Hollywood Blvd, Level One of Hollywood & Highland Center (323) 308-6333
Hours of operation: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 10am-2:30pm
Previously named the Kodiak Theatre. Now the home of the Academy Awards show each February until 2070. The Cirque du Soleil show, "Iris" will play here until 2022 Tickets
3400 Riverside Dr, Burbank, California 91505 | (818) 972–8687 / (818) 846–1403
Hours of operation: Tours M-F 9am-3pm; extended summers hours
See “Behind-the-scenes” and “into-the-scenes” of your favorite shows and movies at the world's busiest motion picture and television studio. Guests of the Warner Bros VIP Tour are offered a rare and intimate glimpse into real Hollywood at work. This ain't no theme park! The 2 hour 15 minute tour via carts takes you through back lot streets, sound stages, sets and craft shops. No two tours are alike and guides take you to where the action is. Walk on to the set of a hit television show, watch as Foley artists create sound effects for movies, see how sets are constructed, peruse over 10 million items in the prop department, see your favorite vehicles from film and television up close, and the list goes on. But always, always be on the lookout for a star as production is happening all around.
NBC TV Studios
3000 West Alameda Avenue, Burbank, California 91523 | (818) 840-3537 / (818) 840-4444
Hours of operation: M-F 9am-5pm
Excorted seventy minute walking tours on a first come first serve basis and if you're lucky you just might see Jay Leno at his famous Studio 3!
7095 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Ca. 90028
Hollywood and Los Angeles are filled with things to see and do! See where the movie stars live. Our Movie Stars Homes Tours are by far our most popular tours. Visit movie studios. Many of our Hollywood tours will take you by studios.
Tour Hollywood or Los Angeles. The Hollywood Trolley Tour provides an excellent tour of Hollywood. The Grand Tour of LA is a comprehensive tour of the Los Angeles area. We offer tours with hotel pick-ups from the Hollywood area, from the Los Angeles and LAX (Los Angeles International Airport) area, and from the Anaheim area.
2301 North Highland, Hollywood, Ca. (323) 850-2000
Hours: Tu-Sa: 10am-showtime; Sun: 4pm-showtime
The Bowl is a friendly sociable place where Southern Californians gather to picnic and enjoy outstanding music under the stars. Throughout the summer the LA Phil presents the best in jazz, classical, Broadway, and world music, featuring artists that range from Sarah Chang to Diana Krall, John Williams to Pet Shop Boys, and Nancy Wilson to Arcade Fire.
The Bowl is the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the home of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.
Hollywood Bowl Museum
Don't come to the Bowl without stopping by the terrific and free Hollywood Bowl Museum! It's open every night before concerts - and daytime all year round.
6780 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90028 | (323) 466–6335
Hours: Daily from 10am-10:30pm
Visit Ripley's Believe It or Not! Hollywood, home to weird class family fun, where you can explore 2 floors with new galleries, shows and nearly 300 unusual and fascinating exhibits collected by the world-famous traveler Robert Ripley.
Hollywood Guinness World Records Museum
6764 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood (323) 463-6433
HOURS OF OPERATION: OPEN DAILY 10AM TO MIDNIGHT
The museum showcases off-beat testimonials to a wide variety of facts, feats and incredible achievements.Hands on exhibits include technology, space adventures and natural phenomena.
6767 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles CA. (323) 462-5991
hours: open daily 10am-midnight
The Hollywood Wax Museum is located on famous Hollywood Boulevard along the Hollywood Walk of Fame It is the longest running wax museum in the United States, with more than 45 years of continuous operation by the same owners since 1965.
Hollywood Wax Museum is the only wax museum in the country devoted entirely to celebrity figures. That means a visit to the Hollywood Wax Museum puts you face-to-face with icons of the silver screen, recreated so faithfully that you'd swear they were alive.
6925 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90028
Once stated that "To visit Los Angeles and not see The Grauman's Chinese Theatre is like visiting China and not seeing the Great Wall".
Grauman's Chinese Theatre had it's grand opening in May of 1927 and it was the most spectacular theatre opening in motion picture history. Thousands of people showed up and a rio broke out as fans tried to catch a look at moview stars and other clelbrities as they arrived for the opening.
The Chinese Theatre is the most sought-after theatre in Hollywood for studio premieres. Fans flock to these events to see the celebrities arrive and walk up the red carpet into the theatre. Rich in movie tradition, with its cement handprints and footprints in the forecourt, the Chinese Theatre immortalizes the brightest stars. More than four million visitors from all over the world visit The Chinese Theatre every year.
The Chinese Theatre Tour is the only tour in Hollywood where you will learn the history of the theatre inside and out from its early days to the present. The Tour features stories and fun facts about the theatre's Hollywood premieres and of the Starts.
Tours are offered seven days a week excluding special events. Please call for up-to-date availability (323) 463-9576 or email email@example.com .
Group rates are available.
See More Attractions
- Catch some live music or comedy in one of our clubs.
Here in L.A., you never know who'll show up!
- Romp with the chimps and harass the elephants at the LA Zoo
Los Angeles Zoo
- Statue of Amelia Earhart in North Hollywood Park
Corner of Magnolia Blvd. & Tujunga Blvd.
- Drive through Lake Hollywood Estates up to the Hollywood Sign
- See & walk beside the Longest Mural in the World, The Great Wall of Los Angeles.
Along Coldwater Canyon at Burbank Blvd.
- Take a trip to the stars at the Griffith Observatory; you can even hike to it!
Griffith Park & Observatory
- Take in the view on world famous “Mulholland Drive,” see views of the City & the valley. Incredible at night!
Start where Mulholland Drive meets the Hollywood Fwy & go West!
- Take the Metro Red Line, explore the art & design of North Hollywood, Universal City & Hollywood Stations.
Park at the MTA lot at Chandler & Lankershim & go explore.
- Catch live theater at one of the 30 venues in the NoHo Arts District
Schedules & listings at nohoartsdistrict.com .